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Turbo rebuild??

I am going to do oil cooler next week. I am curently running a 62/80 II turbo. While taken apart I would like to rebuild / upgrade wheels to the turbo. I know there is the batmowheel for stockers and pmax. And I know a lot of the twinned guys play around with different wheel setups. Are there any options for my 62/80?

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Re: Turbo rebuild??

I think they do have a 62mm batmowheel that would work on your turbo....give bullseye turbo a call

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Re: Turbo rebuild??

The drop in batmowheel's are only for stock turbochargers,

You'll have to buy a whole new turbocharger to get a batmowheel 62 fromm bullseye. If you want to rebuild that 62/80 I would highly recommend getting BD's diverter valve, it will significantly increase spool up time
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The drop in batmowheel's are only for stock turbochargers,

You'll have to buy a whole new turbocharger to get a batmowheel 62 fromm bullseye. If you want to rebuild that 62/80 I would highly recommend getting BD's diverter valve, it will significantly increase spool up time
I think they made the wheels for the s300 base turbo also

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Re: Turbo rebuild??

yeah they make them, but not drop in's they only make the s300 wheels to be used with their turbos as they modify the compressor cover as well.
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Re: Turbo rebuild??

Yeah I called the guy at bullseye today and he said he could sell me a compressor cover and billet wheel for $700. But honestly what kind of gains would I see from that? $700 worth???

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Re: Turbo rebuild??

you will probably see a decent gain to be honest, the 62mm batmowheel flows like a 64mm charger and spool up will be quicker..
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Re: Turbo rebuild??

From my understanding (which may be wrong considering I spoke with bullseye after a 12 hour night shift) he said it was just a billet wheel and not a batmowheel.

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ok scratch that. Jus tlooked at bullseye's site again. says they offer the 62mm wheel. and I guess I would have to get the "race cover" so the batmowheel would work on the II turbo?

pizza pig. what would your estimate of a ..decent gain.. be? bc on the website they are saying 100whp. I honestly dont see that. Not saying it wouldnt be REALLY nice, especially with lower EGTs. But honestly???100whp??? Doubt it..

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Re: Turbo rebuild??

Honestly I dont even know if they would sell just the housing and the batmowheel separate you have to call them again or e-mail Bill Divine over there and ask if they will.

As far as gains I cant say i'e never used one (yet) but if a 62 flows like a 64 than with proper fueling you will see gains in that ballpark no doubt.
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